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Mario Draghi shouldn't "uncover all the cards" in his hand to solve the euro crisis, an ex member of the ECB's governing body told CNBC.
Yanis Varoufakis, the controversial former Greek finance minister, told CNBC that even a child could see why the Greek bailout was not going to work.
One of Germany's top independent economic advisers has warned that China is losing control of its economy, after weeks of volatility in financial markets.
The drop in oil prices is "very good" for the world economy and for airlines says Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair adding that it should prompt the "mother of all fare wars" this winter.
Online gambling company GVC said on Friday that Bwin.party had accepted its $1.62 billion takeover offer.
The European Central Bank might be edging closer to unleashing fresh stimulus but strategists say chatter of the euro hitting parity against the dollar is premature.
An ongoing migrant crisis is unlikely to impede European trade, but it's a challenge to the European vision of a borderless economic bloc.
Trader Navinder Sarao has been indicted for market manipulation that prosecutors say contributed to the 2010 "flash crash".
People displaced by wars in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan are fleeing to Europe, where leaders are divided over how to handle the influx.
One of the world's biggest soccer clubs has pledged to provide "substantial" aid to refugees living in Germany.
The ECB downgraded its inflation forecast and President Mario Draghi left room to extend and expand its bond buying program as the heightened market volatility seen over the summer have upped the risks to the euro zone's growth outlook.
Over $4 trillion of economic output is at risk in the world's largest cities, due to a host of dangers ranging from earthquakes, pandemics and cyberattacks, according to a new study.
Germany's export relationship with China is something to keep a close eye on, according to one fund manager.
We break down the headlines numbers as Europe continues to grapple with a record influx of migrants and refugees.
China's recent slowdown is "not a surprise," Frederic Oudea, CEO of Societe Generale, told CNBC on Thursday.
Euro zone business activity accelerated at its fastest pace in more than four years last month as Italy turned in its best performance since early 2011 and German growth strengthened, surveys showed on Thursday.
Morgan Stanley stirred markets with a "full house" buy alert on European stocks, but a senior executive at rival Goldman Sachs urged caution.
Hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing wars, as well as economic migrants escaping poverty, have arrived in the European Union, confounding EU leaders.
The euro could be in focus at Thursday's European Central Bank meeting, as currency strength threatens to undermine efforts to lift inflation.
Europe markets finished higher on Wednesday, reversing earlier losses as Wall Street saw trade bounce back and after their Asian counterparts pared losses.
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Andrew Colquhoun, head of Asia-Pacific sovereigns at Fitch Ratings, explains why fears of a Chinese slowdown are excessive and pessimistic.
Alan Knuckman, chief options strategist at Bulls-Eye Options, says he is more concerned by the threat of deflation than inflation in the U.S., ahead of the latest job figures.
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